I am a regular panellist on Sky News’ Press Review. I have acted as a historical commentator covering various aspects of contemporary values, trends and intergenerational issues for BBC News, Radio 4, Radio 3, BBC World Service, Sky News, LBC and BBC’s Daily Politics as well as international broadcasters in Russia, Spain, China and North America.
Me explaining how wide the generation gap is with my bare hands….. Join me and Michael Hayman talk Generation Games, Brexit and why Gen X men are the most depressed on London Live Sunday 7th April.
Great pleasure to speak with City Wire’s Ollie Smith about the intergenerational divide and how this is driving politics, business and consumption right now.
Hear how the baby boomers need to get up to speed on gender politics, how Generation X was the first to experience arrested development, and a fair degree of scepticism about whether millennials will ever change their behaviour.
What are the aspirations and values of today’s young people, and how do they differ from previous generations? What does freedom mean to millennials?
What has been the effect of new workplace practices and expectations, increasingly restricted access to the housing market, and changing attitudes to consumption and debt?
I joined FREER Director Rebecca Lowe and FREER Co-Chair Lee Rowley Conservative MP for North East Derbyshire to discuss topics arising from Lee’s recent FREER paper, Next Generation Capitalism.
Great fun recording the Human and the Machine Podcast: I discuss technology and the Generational Divide with three wonderful women: Dolly Alderton, Timandra Harkness and Julia Hobsbawn.
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Divercity Podcast at the Swift Institute with Barbara Annis ‘Harnessing the commercial value of gender and millennial intelligence’
Have a listen to me and the brilliant Barbara Annis, CEO of Gender Intelligence Group, discuss the commercial value of harnessing both gender & millennial intelligence, explore the power of positive corporate culture, offering ideas for best practice and views on #MeToo. This episode was recorded at the SWIFT Institute offices in London and hosted by the fabulous Julia Streets of Streets Consulting.